Thorny issue... Well, most of conspiracy theorists about HAARP technology, states that the lab facilities and antenna farms, spread around the
world and associated to US military and Raytheon, are being used as biologic-environmental weapon. Regardless if they are right or not, the fact is
that many respected scientists and geologists have claimed that, whatever is the purpose of such facilities, they are indeed, firing a massive amount
of high-frequency radio waves that accelerate electrons in the atmosphere, officially intended to expand knowledge about the nature of long-range
radio communications and surveillance using the fluctuating ionosphere - the portion of the upper atmosphere extending from 35 to 500 miles above
According to program manager John L. Heckscher of the Phillips Laboratory at Hanscom AFB, Massachusetts, potential military applications of the HAARP
research include developing Department of Defense technology for detecting cruise missiles and communicating with submarines:
Although HAARP is being managed by the Air Force and Navy, it is purely a scientific research facility that poses no threat to potential adversaries
and has no value as a military target.
# Injecting high-frequency radio energy into the ionosphere to create huge, extremely low frequency (ELF) virtual antennas used for earth-penetrating
tomography peering deep beneath the surface of the ground by collecting and analyzing reflected ELF waves beamed down from above.
# Heating regions of the lower and upper ionosphere to form virtual "mirrors" that can reflect a broad range of radio frequencies far over the
horizon to detect stealthy cruise missiles and aircraft.
# Generating ELF radio waves in the ionosphere to communicate across large distances with deeply submerged submarines.
# Creating a "full global shield" that would destroy ballistic missiles by overheating their electronic guidance systems as they fly through a
powerful radio-energy field.
# Distinguishing nuclear warheads from decoys by sensing their elemental composition.
# Manipulating local weather.
According to Todd Pedersen, a research physicist at the US Air Force Research Laboratory in Massachusetts, the scientists working in HAARP are
creating dense patches of plasma, through ionizing of atmosphere gases, caused by HAARP emissions:
This is the really exciting part - we've made a little artificial piece of ionosphere.
Similar statement was made by Mike Kosch, chair of Experimental Space Science at Lancaster University, UK:
It's the fact that we can actually create enough high-energy electrons to form plasma.
It's a common sense among many researchers that HAARP can
manipulate the ionosphere and 9 in 10 believe it's being used in warfare, climate changing and even
depopulation, through targeted earthquakes, but, assuming that Nibiru is real, NASA, world wide space agencies and governments of the superpower
nations are aware of its orbital path, I've been speculating if HAARP could be used to increase Earth's magnetosphere in order to prevent the
effects of its gravity pull. I couldn't find data to support my assumptions, I mean 99% of non-governmental websites that discuss about HAARP,
provide info focused in the interaction Earth-HAARP-ionosphera, not in space-HAARP-ionosphere and the number of HAARP facilities currently working all
over the world, suggests that the its purpose may be related with some global major project.
World wide HAARP farms coordinates:
HAARP Like Facility
Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia sura.nirfi.sci-nnov.ru...
National MST Radar Facility
Andra Pradesh, India
Jicamarca Radio Observatory
Jindalee Operational Radar Network
Long Reach, Australia
Laverton, West Australia
Alice spring, Australia
Arecibo, Porto Rico
Maybe I'm talking BS, but I regard this possibility.
Why do you not mention Nibiru in your thread? How and why are you relating this to Nibiru when you only seem to mention it in the title.
It's a common sense among many researchers that HAARP can manipulate the ionosphere and 9 in 10 believe it's being used in warfare, climate changing
and even depopulation, through targeted earthquakes, but, assuming that Nibiru is real, NASA, world wide space agencies and governments of the
superpower nations are aware of its orbital path, I've been speculating if HAARP could be used to increase Earth's magnetosphere in order to prevent
the effects of its gravity pull.
Hmmmm, didn't u read the entire thread?? First paragraph after the YT video.
Originally posted by ucalien
You do live in Australia, right??? So you should know that the Jindalee is a joint between US Defense Dept. and Australian Defense Dept.
Yes I live in Australia.
I am a retired electronics engineer, with rather a lot of experience in radio communications.
And I had a security clearance at one time.
Our radar system can watch over most of South East Asia. It can track small boats and light aircraft thousands of miles away.
Even measure wave heights in the ocean for more accurate weather forecasting.
And do you suppose that the US defense department might not be a bit interested in that type of capability?
So yes, there is very close cooperation and intelligence sharing going on both ways.
Hardly surprising really.
But all that has nothing at all to do with HAARP.
Well known lecturer on new technologies, health and earth science related issues Dr. Nick Begich will discuss the latest updates on HAARP technology
as well as the rapid advances in mind effects and enhancing ESP potentials.
NMRF does not have an ionospheric heater.
Jindalle does not have an ionospheric heater.
Jicamarca does not have an ionospheric heater.
All of those facilities are radar installations or radiotelescopes.
Research facility ionospheric heater
Research facilities existing or under development: Listed by Maximum Radiated Power (ERP)
1. HISCAT (International Radio Observatory, Suécia) – 350 MW
2. HAARP (Gakona Alaska) – 110 MW
3. EISCAT (Tromsö, Noruega) – 48 MW
4. VOA (Voice of America, Delano, CA) – 27 MW
5. SURA (Radiophysical Research Institute, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia) – 20 MW
6. Arecibo (National Astronomy e Ionosphere Center, Puerto Rico) – 20 MW
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